Nelson Mandela's health condition remains unchanged+++Bad business for traders in Cameroon+++A special song against HIV in Zimbabwe+++
Kurzwellenhörerin in Afrika
Africalink revisits some of the positive, inspiring and thought provoking stories from the continent aired over the past year. (24.12.2012)
UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector (21.12.2012)
UN Security Council debates an intervention force for Mali+++South Africa's ANC plans an Integrity Committee to root out corruption+++ UNMIL draw down process in Liberia continues (20.12.2012)
Malawi's President Banda and her main challenger boycott a pre-election TV debate +++ Anglican pastor calls for end to discrimination of HIV-positive people in Zimbabwe +++ South Africa's 'born free' generation
South Sudan appears to be sinking into chaos and anarchy +++ The father of an abducted Nigerian schoolgirl tells DW the government is not doing enough +++ How Soweto is benefiting from the legacy of apartheid
HRW accuses Sudan of failing to prosecute perpetrators in the death 170 protesters +++ Ghana takes to the skies to celebrate Easter +++ South Africans still in abject poverty two decades after end of apartheid
Malawians were able to size up hopefuls competing in the May 20 elections in a first ever televised presidential debate. But four candidates, including President Joyce Banda and her chief rival, failed to turn up.
For almost 90 years, white nationalists repressed the black population in South Africa.
As fighting continues in three states in South Sudan, rebels are rejecting allegations by the United Nations that they killed hundreds of civilians after seizing an oil town last week.
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